Enescu Festival: Athenaeum, concerts in the Auditorium with reduced capacity

Tickets for only 70% of the capacity of the Athenaeum and Auditorium halls have been available due to concerns over the growing number of Covid-19 cases, organizers of the Enescu festival said.

The concerts organized in these two halls were initially scheduled at full capacity, unlike those organized at Sala Palatului and Sala Radio, where the halls were made available at 70% of their capacity from the start.

Festival organizers and local authorities plan to assess the epidemiological situation in Bucharest before the start of the festival and decide if more tickets are available.

To access the Athenaeum concerts, an identity document is required and one of the following documents: proof of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19, at least ten days before attending; a negative PCR test carried out at most 48 hours before the concert; medical evidence that participants are between day 15 and day 90 after testing negative after confirmed infection with SARS-CoV-2; or a rapid negative antigen test, performed within 24 hours of the concert. The Athenaeum will host 29 concerts in the Concerts and recitals series.

Similar requirements apply to concerts held in the Auditorium Hall of the National Art Museum of Romania (MNAR), which will host the Enescu and his contemporaries series. Access will be based on identity documents and one of the following documents: proof of vaccination, with the second dose at least ten days before the visit; a negative PCR test carried out at most 72 hours before the concert; medical evidence that participants are between day 15 and day 90 after testing negative after confirmed infection with SARS-CoV-2; or a rapid negative antigen test, performed within 24 hours of the concert.

Wearing a mask is compulsory at all times, in all festival halls.

More details on tickets and access conditions here.

This year’s edition of the George Enescu International Festival is scheduled from August 28 to September 26. The program is available here.

(Photo: Andrei Gindac / courtesy of the Enescu festival)

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